Our experience suggests the loading process is hanging on something after the avgidsh driver is loaded. To verify this, please disable AVG drivers as described in this AVG Forums post and restart your computer.
Should the issue persist (the booting process hangs on a different driver, possibly the mup.sys), the problem is caused by something else. Repairing your operating system installation will probably be the most straightforward and least time consuming way how to rectify the situation. If unsure, we recommend contacting local computer repair shop, they will also check whether some of the hardware components are not faulty.
Hi, I need help and I'm really losing the will here! I'm trying to start in safe mode but I'm hanging on system32\drivers\avgidshx - any ideas whats wrong. From reading other posts I thought it was AVG but when I load the rescue file my system says missing operating system. Should I be very concerned?